Freshly returned from the LinuxCon Europe Linus Torvalds, creator of the Linux kernel project, has just published a short continuation of the interview with Dirk Hohndel, Chief Linux and Open Source Technologist at Intel.
We reported earlier this week that Linus Torvalds claimed while talking with Dirk Hohndel at the LinuxCon Europe conference, which took place in Dublin, Irland, between October 5-7, 2015, that next year, 2016, will be the year of the ARM laptop.
According to Mr. Torvalds, most tech news websites misunderstood his point of view on the matter of computers powered by the ARM architecture. What he was really trying to say was that he would like to see a real ARM computer that you can develop on, preferably one powered by an ARM64 (AArch64) processor.
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